Sir Stephen Bubb
Sir Stephen Bubb is Chief Executive of the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO) – a dynamic and high profile UK body - where his work on leadership, sector funding and public service reform has radically shifted attitudes and policies.In 2007 he became Secretary General of Euclid Network, the European body for Third Sector leaders. He is the Chair of the Social Investment Business, the largest social investor in the UK. He is a member of The Commonwealth Foundation’s Civil Society Committee, a Director of the Big Society Trust and of the Transitions Institute. He received a knighthood in the New Year’s Honours, 2011.
In 2011 Stephen was asked by the Prime Minister to conduct a review into choice and competition in the NHS. He has been in major national roles in the TGWU, NUT and the AMA (Association of Metropolitan Authorities) and was Founding Personnel Director of the National Lottery Charities Board. He was a Councillor in Lambeth and an active member of the health authorities for Guys and St Thomas’ over two decades. Much in demand as a speaker and media commentator both here and abroad promoting the country’s Third Sector. His Bubb's Blog is the most widely read in the sector and is part of the national blog archive.
Born and brought up in Kent,he read PPE at Christ Church, Oxford. He lives in Lambeth and in Charlbury in the Cotswolds. He has been a Youth Court Magistrate, Open University Tutor, non-Executive Director in the private sector, Chair of an Orchestra and Founder of a Charity.
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